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WTXX-LD is a low-powered television station for the Pioneer Valley area of Massachusetts that was licensed to Springfield but subsequently moved to New Haven. Owned by HC2 Holdings, it broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 34 from a transmitter in Hamden, Connecticut. WTXX is the former call sign of Connecticut's The CW affiliate WCCT-TV.

In June 2013, former owner R and S Broadcasting reached a deal to sell WTXX-LP, along with sister station WRNT-LP in Hartford, Connecticut, to Landover 5 LLC. However, the deal eventually fell through, and both stations were instead sold to Tyche Broadcasting, later renamed Tyche Media.

In 2016, WTXX-LP was moved from Springfield, Massachusetts to West Hartford, Connecticut and went on the air before moving again in April 2017, to New Haven on Channel 34. WTXX-LD is an affiliate of IntrigueTV.

In January 2018, Tyche Media reached a deal to sell WTXX-LD and WRNT-LD to HC2 Holdings for $2.325 million.

TV stations in New England
Boston Springfield, MA New Hampshire Rhode Island Connecticut Vermont Maine
WUTF, Worcester WWDP, Norwell WYDN, Lowell WHDT-LD, Boston WDMR-LD, Springfield WPXG, Concord WLWC, New Bedford WUVN, Hartford WRNT-LD, Hartford WYCX-CD, Manchester WLLB-LD, Portland WEXZ-LD, Bangor
WCEA-LD, Boston WMFP, Foxborough WHDH, Boston WLEK-LD, Concord WRIW-CD, Providence WTXX-LD, New Haven WZME, Bridgeport WGBI-LP, Farmington WFYW-LP, Waterville WBGR-LD, Bangor
WUNI, Marlborough WFXZ-CD, Boston WNEU, Merrimack WHCT-LD, Hartford WCKD-LP, Bangor/Dedham
WDPX, Woburn WYCU-LD, South Charlestown WRDM-CD, Hartford
TV stations in Hartford/New Haven
WFSB 3 (CBS)
WTNH 8 (ABC)
WUVN 18 (UNI)
WRDM-CD 19 (TLM)
WCCT 20 (CW)
WEDH 24 (PBS)
WHPX 26 (Ion)
WVIT 30 (NBC)
WTXX-LD 34 (AZA)
WHCT-LD 38 (AZA)
WUTH-CD 47 (UMas)
WRNT-LP 48 (RTV)
WEDN 53 (PBS)
WCTX 59 (MNTV)
WTIC 61 (Fox)
WEDY 65 (PBS)
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